RUKO Large RC Robot Toys for Kids
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Cautions and Advice
The crossed-out dustbin symbol indicates that batteries, rechargeable batteries, button cells, battery packs, etc. must not be put in the household waste. Batteries are harmful to health and the environment. Please help to protect the environment from health risks. If the toy is out of use, please use a hammer to break the product to retrieve the battery-operated toy or unscrew the battery door for a replaceable battery-operated toy, then take the battery out from the toy. Dispose of battery in accordance with your local battery recycling or disposal laws.
When this appliance is out of use, please remove all batteries and dispose of them separately. Bring electrical appliances to the local collecting points for waste electrical and electronic equipment. Other components can be disposed of in domestic refuse.
Care and Maintenance
- Always remove batteries from the transmitter when it is not being used for a long period of time.
- To clean, wipe the toy gently with a clean cloth.
- Keep the toy away from direct heat.
- Do not submerge the toy into water, this can damage the electricity.
Special Notes to Adults
- Before first use, read the user’s information, and review with your child.
- This toy intended to be used in domestic areas (house and garden) only.
- Assembly should be performed under adult supervision changing batteries/ spare parts, trimming etc.)
- Parental guidance is recommended when installing or replacing batteries.
- Do not change or modify anything on the toy.
- Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
- Rechargeable batteries are to be removed before being charged (Transmitter only).
- Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision.
- Different types of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed (Transmitter only).
- Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended able to be used.
- Batteries are to be inserted with correct polarity.
- Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the toy and recycled (Transmitter only).
- The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
- Do not mix old and new batteries (Transmitter only).
- Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries (Transmitter only).
- Please remove the battery from the remote control if it is not used for a long time (Transimtter only).
- Replace the remote control battery in time when it is out of power(Transimtter only).
Pay Attention to Safety Use
- Do not dispose the battery in fire or heat.
- Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source such as fire or heater.
- Do not strike or throw the battery against hard surface.
- Do not immerse the battery in water, and keep the battery in a cool dry environment.
- When recharging, only use the battery charger specifically for that purpose.
- Do not over-discharge the battery.
- Do not connect the battery to an electrical outlet.
- Do not directly solder the battery or pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp object.
- Do not transport or store the battery together with metal objects such as necklaces, hairpins etc.
- Do not disassemble or alter the battery.
- The battey inside the toy can’t be replaced by the user.
- Charge the battery every 6 months.
The toy may malfunction under electrostatic discharge interference. If the toy does not respond, reset it. Use new alkaline batteries in this toy to obtain best performance. This toy must only be used with the recommended charger.
- Power supply:=
- Characteristics: DC 3V
- Quality and Type: 2×1.5V “AAA”(not included)
Batteries Installation in the Remote Control
- Use a screwdriver to open battery cover of remote control.
- Insert 2×1.5V “AAA” batteries inside the battery box (batteries not included).
- Put the battery cover back and fasten the screw.
- Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision.
- Please turn off the power switch when charging.
- Charge for Robot: Make sure use 5V= 2A output adapter(not included) for charging. Fast charging plugs exceeding 5V=2A are prohibited. Please do not charge the robot by power banks, computers, USB socket outlet or any USB car charger
- Please charge the robot in time when the robot is out of power.
- The charging time is about 2-3hours and the playing time is about 2hours. Do not charge over 3hours to prevent overcharging. The red light is on when charging, off when fully charged. Please remove the charging cable in time after it is fully charged.
- DO NOT shoot at people.
- DO NOT put the bullet into your mouth.
- DO NOT poke others by bullets
- The colorful light of the manipulator hand(left) might be dazzling, please avoid looking directly.
- For kids’ safety, the force of the bullet is not strong, and the farthest firing distance is about1.5m.
Robot Diagram and Operation
- Start the Robot
Switch ON/OFF button on the back to start the robot. After turn on, it will walk forward some steps and then slide backward automatically with sounds to “introduce” itself.
By pressing the button, the robot goes on Standby Mode and stays sleep until this button would be pressed again. By pressing it again the robot will wake up and will perform the “introduce” again.
After 120 seconds of inactivity, the robot enters Standby Mode automatically. Before the robot go into Standby Mode, it will emit some sounds in advance.
Remote Control Diagram and Operation
Remote Control Diagram
The remote control distance is about 3-5m without any obstacle.
Remote Control Operation
- WALK FORWARD
After receiving the “WALK FORWARD” command, the robot walk forward. Keep pressing the “WALK FORWARD” button, it will continue to perform this action.
- WALK BACK
After receiving the “WALK BACK” command, the robot walk back. Keep pressing the “WALK BACK” button, it will continue to perform this action.
- WALK LEFT
After receiving the “WALK LEFT” command, the robot turn to left with a sound(the motor starts to rotate backwards, left foot motor rotate forward).
- WALK RIGHT
After receiving the “WALK RIGHT” command, the robot turn to right with a sound(motor rotation forward, left foot motor rotate backwards).
- SLIDE FORWARD
After receiving the “SLIDE FORWARD” command, the robot move forward. Keep pressing the “SLIDE FORWARD” button, it will continue to perform this action.
- SLIDE BACK
After receiving the “SLIDE BACK” command, the robot move back. Keep pressing the “SLIDE BACK” button, it will continue to perform this action.
- SLIDE LEFT
After receiving the “SLIDE LEFT” command, the robot slide to left with a sound (the motor starts to rotate backwards, left foot motor rotate forward).
- SLIDE RIGHT
After receiving the “SLIDE RIGHT” command, the robot slide to right with a sound(the motor starts to rotate forward, left foot motor rotation backwards). SPEED CHANGE Press “SPEED CHANGE” to switch fast and slow motion on walk or slide forward or backward.
- THE LEFT ARM UP
After receiving the “THE LEFT ARM UP” command, the robot arm move up. Once it has been receiving “the left arm up”, it will continue to perform :’\LEFT ARM] this action. Have a sound cooperation in the process of moving up.
- THE LEFT ARM DOWN
After receiving the “THE LEFT ARM DOWN” command, the robot arm moves down. Once it has been receiving “the left arm down” signal, it will [ LEFT ARM\] continue to perform this action. Have a sound cooperation in the process of moving down.
- THE RIGHT ARM UP
After receiving the ” THE RIGHT ARM UP” command, the robot right arm up. Once it has been receiving “the right arm up”, it will continue to perform this action. Have a sound cooperation in the process of moving up.
- THE RIGHT ARM DOWN
After receiving the “THE RIGHT ARM DOWN” command, the robot arm moves down. Once it has been receiving “the right arm down”, it will continue to perform this action. Have a sound cooperation in the process of moving down.
Press “DEMO” to demonstrate the basic action.
- ROCKET 1
Press once -release the left hand with sound and action. Press again -hold on the left hand with sound and action. Please know that the manipulator has no grasping ability and only achieves the action effect.
After receiving the “ROCKET 2” command, a serial actions will be performed. Complete a series actions of walk, slide, rotate and shoot. All actions have sound and light effects. There are 3 automatic shoot modes in total.
- ONE SHOOT
Make a shot with the sound of shooting.
BATTLE mode can make 3 kinds of action of combat. This part on the battled scene reacted mainly a series of actions such as slide, raise your hand, rotate, grasp, put down, and shoot and so on). Have a sound cooperation in the process of it.
You can make all the buttons and add a lot of interesting play. Once received the “program” command, the robot performs program or program playback. After entering the program state, you can do any program forall the launch button functions, with up to 50 program. Once the program is programmed, the “program” signal is received again, and the robot is programmed to play the same.
After receiving “DANCE” command, the robot will dance with some music by himself.
There are 3 songs. After receiving the “MUSIC” command, the robot will sing the song with some actions.
After receiving the “TALK” command, the robot will speak in “their language (Please know that it can’t speak human language) with some actions.
When this button is pressed, the robot will make a sound and make a series • of actions such as walking forward, backwards, raising and lowering arms, etc. 1
A total of 5 levels of the volumes. It’s by default at level 3. When the “volume+” I signal is received, the sound increases the volume and the note is prompted. When receiving the “volume-” signal, the sound reduces the volume and the note is prompted.
When the “STOP” command is received, the current function is stopped immediately, no matter what the situation is.
Robot Care and Maintenance
- After long-term use, the robot wheel may be involved in a small number of impurities. Please clean it in time, otherwise, the robot wheel may get stuck and cannot turn and walk accurately.
- The manipulator has no grasping ability and only achieves the action effect.
- Do not plug the USB interface too hard to damage the charging port on robot.
- Please regularly check the charger wire, plug, shell and other parts to see if these parts are damaged. When the damage is found, please stop using it.
- The robot contains electronic components, please do not place it near humid, high-temperature environments and flammable objects.
- The robot may malfunction under electrostatic discharge interference. If the robot does not respond, reset it.
- When not using the robot for a long time, please turn off the power switch after the battery is fully charged.
- Please do not use products of the same frequency band at close range at the same time to avoid radio signals from interfering with each other and causing loss of control.
Problems You May Encounter
The bullets won’t get installed.
- Turn the barrel by hand, then install them.
- Press the “One shot” button to rotate the barrel for a while, then install them.
The robot fell down while moving.
- It may be due to high ground resistance. Please operate on smooth ground. Please do not operate in the carpet pond, sand or dust to avoid damage.
The robot needs to be charged.
- The robot repeatedly makes the same sound with the red lights on, and all the buttons are invalid. Please charge it.
The manipulator’s hand can not grasp things.
- The manipulator hand has no grasping ability and only achieves the action effect.
The robot can’t talk with me.
- The robot can speak in “their” language only and it can’t speak human language.
All pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. The actual product may vary due to product enhancement.
Documents / Resources
|RUKO Large RC Robot Toys for Kids [pdf] User Manual|
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